More than 90 Minutes Celtic Fanzine Issue 109 went on sale today and they are celebrating the 9IAR in another 48 page packed edition. The Covid 19 may have stopped us going to Celtic Park to see Scott Brown lift the trophy but the party kicked off once it was announced that Celtic were once again Champions of Scotland.
Fireworks lit up the night sky at 9pm while fans took to their cars to celebrate Celtic doing the 9IAR not once but twice and social media became the safe zone to celebrate this wonderful occasion with friends and family.
Inside the latest edition I revisit Lazio away, the European highlight for me and so many Celtic fans this season. What a city, what a game and what a party we had! Sticking with the Italian theme we hear from Max Collu, a Celtic fan from Sardinia about the life of a global hoop in lockdown.
On another of my travels I spent one night in Bangkok with the local CSC and Alan Thompson, Paul Byrne and over one hundred Celtic fans on route to the LOSCSF in Pattaya back in March. What a Night! What a City!
Away Days, Declan McConville looks back at his domestic journeys during the season he was lucky enough to be present in every ground from Aberdeen to Ibrox, from Easter Road to Hamilton and beyond during the season following Celtic. Eoin Coyne also chips in with his season review in strange times.
Michael Pringle pulls no punches as he writes about the rot in the SPFL, which set in long before Covid 19. While Scott Alcroft asks the questions of what will be the lasting effect on Scottish Football after Covid 19?
Ciaran Kenny looks back on Martin O’ Neill’s time in the Celtic dugout. Tim Molloy as always pens his piece in his native tongue and Martin Donaldson looks back from disbelief at half time in Rugby Park to Treble after Treble on the journey to 9.
Celtic Historian David Potter writes about the tragic end of former Celtic player Sunny Jim Young, the career of Goalkeeper Joe Kennaway and keeps us informed with more great Celtic stories in his regular column, If You Know Your History.
Vincent Doherty reflects back on his time following the hoops from a young bhoy in Derry to sitting out Covid 19 in Dublin and Paddy McMenamin looks back from the Spanish Flu to Covid 19 and the ups and downs of following Celtic over the years.
Mick Kane wraps up the issue chatting to Irish Boxer and Celtic Fan, Sean McComb as he looks towards more success in the square ring and fitting in Celtic games with his mates from Belfast.
Andrew Milne is Editor of More than 90 Minutes, Host of Celtic AM pre-match show, & the Celtic Soul Podcast.
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